We are traders and our main goal is to trade the opportunity and make profit.
We are not fanatically attached to any particular asset class, but rather monitor and trade multiple markets and instruments.
Each of them has its own features and specifics, but the basic principles of supply and demand are universal. If you only trade one instrument you are limiting your profits. It is unlikely to have good set ups every day. Sometimes it takes months until you see an opportunity for a trade with a good risk/reward ratio.
But when you trade multiple asset classes and markets, the possibilities are there every day.
That is why we monitor many markets and use a variety of strategies (short-term, long-term, swing, seasonal) depending on the current state of the market. They give us the chance to participate actively and constantly in the markets. Because this is our business, this is our mission. When there is a short-term trade ahead, we are day traders. If we see a long-term trend forming, we are investors.
Monitoring all those markets is not an easy task. Because of that, our large team is divided into expert groups, each following specific markets and looking for good trades.
We created smarttradingsoftware.com to assist traders and investors in their quest for good trades.
Trading gives us the opportunity to profit not only when the prices go up, but also when they fall down.
We make a trade whenever an opportunity with a good risk/reward ratio comes up, no matter the direction. We calculate the expected value based on probability. And that is all we need, whatever the asset.
In our News & Analyses section we publish, on a regular basis, trading analysis for the markets that we follow. Analysis and trading go hand in hand and should not be used separately. The analysis gives us the probability, the exact entry levels or zones, the timing, the size of the expected price move. Based on the analysis and the probability we calculate the volume and the risk/reward ratio of the position (check out our Calculators).
The good trade is not a trade in the preferred direction, but the mathematically correct trade.
If the mathematical expectation has a positive value, we make the trade. In trading, it’s not that important whether you are right or wrong.